Hostelling International at the American Hotel - Seattle, Washington, 98104, United States

Dorm-style Housing

for Washington State college students

  • The American Hotel in Seattle

Features & Amenities

• Daily continental breakfast from 6a-9a
• All utilities provided (including WiFi)
• Rooms cleaned weekly
• TV/video room, library/game room, coin op washers/dryers, public computers, and free WiFi
• Uwajimaya international grocery store one block away
• Close to restaurants & entertainment
• Residents and guests from all over the USA and world
• Light rail, trains, busses -- all within a few blocks
• A new street car connecting the hostel, Capitol Hill, Seattle Central Community College and Seattle University is coming soon!


Interested? Keep reading!

• Student Housing is temporary and available from Fall through Spring terms. Students should plan to move at the end of Spring term.

• Monthly costs are only $550 per person for double occupancy or $750 for a private room.

• Access to all hostel amenities are included in this rate.

• A $50 non-refundable cleaning fee is required for all residents.

• A non-refundable $50 fee for a background check for domestic students is required.

• Visitors are welcome in common areas, but not in your room. Overnight guests may stay for three days at $35 per night, plus tax.

• Weekly housekeeping (changing sheets, vacuuming, etc..) is provided IF your room is available for entry and ready for cleaning.

• You are responsible for any damages you cause to the American Hotel and will be charged for repairs.

• The American Hotel is non-smoking, drug and alcohol-free.

Interested in learning more?

Email us at stay@americanhotelseattle.com or call 206-622-5443

We'd love to hear from you!

  • Chinatown Gate in Seattle
Hostelling International at the American Hotel
520 South King Street
Seattle, Washington, 98104, United States
Call: +1 206 6225443

Info

Hostelling International Seattle at the American Hotel

Hostelling International Seattle at the American Hotel is located in Seattle's International District. We’re a great value only steps from light rail, bus tunnels, trains, ferries, bike rentals and more. Getting here, and getting around, is as easy as leaving your plane, getting on light rail, and stepping off thirty minutes later to walk half a block to the hostel. Later, you can ride buses all over downtown from the same station.